(I’ll tell you, I’ve yet to see one of the many commercials for Meg Whitman for Governor – I guess they don’t have political ads sponsoring Glee, or I’m able to scroll right through them on my VHS, a kind of analog DVR that was popular before you were born. But I’ve seen a few vids against her on the YouTube and, frankly, I didn’t like the claymation one as I thought it was a bit cruel. However, this Queen Meg parody is looking pretty good, so that’s nice. And I’ll tell you, you know who doesn’t like this kind of mockery about queens and royalty and couldyousaysenatorinsteadofma’am? Other Female Electeds of every political stripe, that’s who. They don’t truck with this crap. They consider this kind of thing anti-female, theywouldneversaythataboutamanwouldthey. But you won’t ever hear those beefs, so I thought I’d tell you. Moving on…)
OMG! Queen Meg is coming to visit Goldman Suchs in the Financh nabe at Noon on primary Election Day,* June 8th, 2010.
“California’s future monarch, Queen Meg, is ‘rich enough to rule,’ and will be making her case with a royal bus tour of Her Golden State this June 1 through 8. This satire is inspired by the efforts of Meg Whitman to undermine democracy with her bottomless campaign treasury. That’s why Queen Meg says, ‘We can’t afford our democracy, so why not try a monarchy.’”
Look for this dog and pony show at the corner of California and Kearny right next to the Banker’s Heart
Use your intuitive play/ ’cause maybe we have more play time than money/
For details contact Nato Green
See you there.
*Is this song actually good or am I a delayed victim of 1980’s imprinting / peer pressure / whatnot?